The Oriental hornet Vespa orientalis - Stock Image

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Description

The Oriental hornet Vespa orientalis, is a hornet which looks very similar to the European hornet. It should not be confused with the Asian giant hornet (Vespa mandarinia).
It is commonly found in the Sub-Mediterranean area, but can also be found in Madagascar, United Arab Emirates and India. However, due to human introduction, its habitat is beginning to spread to South America up to Mexico.
The female queen measures 25 to 35 mm long; males and workers are smaller.
In males, the antennae have 13 segments, while females always have 12.
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